Over the span of the past few days, we’ve all heard so many nice stories about Aloysius Pang and how he had touched the lives of everyone around him. But there were still a lot of unanswered questions about the last days of his life. And this afternoon at his memorial service, where those closest to him took turns to deliver their eulogies, his eldest brother Jefferson, would go on to reveal the most heartbreaking detail about Aloy’s final moments. “When mum was crying by his bed, the first reply that he actually gave was: 'Mum, don’t cry, if you cry, I will cry too. And I’m in a lot of pain. I’ll recover in a couple of days, and I’ll take you to the New Zealand casino for a walk',” shared Jefferson, who added that Aloy's "kryptonite" was his mother's tears. 

The beloved actor, who was accorded a military funeral, was cremated today (Jan 27) at the Mandai Crematorium. We believe Aloy is now flying, free of all the pain, to take his place in heaven as an angel.


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